[p2pu-dev] Should we be recommending Profile tags as the main way to suggest course ideas?
wesleymarkpennock at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 15:47:50 UTC 2011
Yes Pippa we should. We could have school organizers look through all the
users "want to learn more section" and using that decide what should taught
next. And maybe create a graph of some sort out of this data. These are just
some preliminary thoughts though. Also about the user notification of
courses that match their tag, this is a brilliant idea and should be
On Thu, Jul 14, 2011 at 6:29 AM, Pippa Buchanan <Pippa.Buchanan at gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm reviewing the SoW FAQ information.
> One section I'd like to make sure we get right is "*I'd like to suggest a
> course idea, but not necessarily organise it myself. Can I do that?"*
> We're currently recommending Uservoice as the way to suggest a course idea.
> The problem is that potential P2PU users end up creating a Uservoice account
> instead of a P2PU account.
> As we've now started to use tags, should I start recommending to users that
> they create a profile and add relevant tags to the "Want to learn more
> about" section?
> How do we imagine that this will end up being used? Will users with tags
> get notified when courses with matching tags are created?
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